The Gold Coast City Council must focus on transport and traffic infrastructure to cater for the region’s booming tourism and population growth, according to a new poll of small businesses. Read more.
The Chamber of Commerce and Industry Queensland (CCIQ) welcomes electricity retail price deregulation in South East Queensland from July 1, 2016. Read more.
Queensland small businesses believe their local councils are not doing enough to create jobs, fix roads and strengthen the community. Read more.
The Brisbane City Council must do more to ease traffic congestion and fix key roads, according to a new poll of small businesses. Read more.
The Chamber of Commerce and Industry Queensland (CCIQ) says small business should not be forced to cop the brunt of a plastic shopping bag ban. Read more.
Every business should have internal controls in place to reduce the risk of fraud. Read more.
The Chamber of Commerce and Industry Queensland (CCIQ) welcomes the release of ABS data showing an increase of 9600 jobs in Queensland during January. Read more.
The owner of a Brisbane cleaning business is facing court after allegedly underpaying four overseas workers. Read more.
Logistics company Direct Freight Express was required to pay $25,000 to a wrongly terminated employee, even though the company allegedly held footage of him stealing a package in transit. Read more.
Infrastructure Australia Chairman Mark Birrell is right on the money: “The (Australian Infrastructure) Plan will only be as good as the commitments and leadership that follow,” he said this week. Read more.
The camera never lies ….or does it? Read more.
The Chamber of Commerce and Industry Queensland (CCIQ) says Australia’s first 15-year infrastructure plan will provide greater certainty for the business community. Read more.
Whether buying or selling a business, one of the most overlooked aspects of the transaction is the intellectual property of the business. Read more.
Are you one of the thousands of people running your business from your mobile phone? Read more.
A double whammy of an economic downturn in China and State Government inactivity on the home-front threatens to derail Queensland small business confidence in 2016. Read more.